A well-rounded physical activity routine is one that combines different forms of exercises including cardio exercises and strength training. But if you are looking to burn that stubborn fat faster, how about some high-intensity interval training? HIIT is one of the most popular workout routines in the fitness world at the moment. It involves repeated bouts of high intensity effort followed by varied recovery time, and has shown to have more effective results. But how to get started? Look no further than the Instagram page of fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala, who shows you how to get full-body HIIT right.
Weight loss: Try this HIIT workout to stay in shape
In her latest post, Yasmin, through a series of videos, showed a few simple exercises. She also narrated her experience and said that she had a great meal and burned calories through this rigorous workout session. In the videos, we can see Yasmin performing HIIT workout with dumbbells wherever required to perform some exercises.
She told her followers to perform each exercise back-to-back and repeat for 3 rounds.
This is how you need to perform the exercises:
Note: "M" stands for the modified version that Yasmin performed in the video.
1) Dumbbell Single Leg Deadlift + Reverse
Lunges - 10 reps
M: Dumbbell Deadlift
2) Dumbbell Press + Pullover - 15 reps (legs at tabletop)
M: Single Dumbbell Pullover
3) Dumbbell Push-Up to T - 10 reps
M: Knee Pushup to T
4) Dumbbell Around the World - 20 reps
M: Dumbbell Crunch
5) Dumbbell Squat Thrust to Front Raise in Squat (stay in squat throughout) - 15 reps
M: Squat Step back + Front Raise
Take a look at the post by Yasmin:
In one of her previous posts, she had shared a set of easy and effective workout routines that you can do from the comforts of your home. Yasmin showed five steps involved in the weight loss routine as a part of fat-burning HIIT. She had also shared a modified version of the routine. Click here to read more about it.
A few weeks ago, Yasmin guided her followers on plyometric workouts - a type of exercise that uses speed and force to build muscle power. These workouts are very useful for those into running or basketball or someone just looking to build strength. Read more about it here.
So, are you ready for these workouts? Get set, and try these at home to stay fit and healthy.
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